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Entries Tagged as 'Worthwhile Work'

In Our News – Sanctuary and Career Change Space

July 28th, 2007 · 2 Comments

A quick Saturday update: I just want to keep you in the loop. I can get so immersed in the changes happening around me (I am the queen of reinvention, after all) that I forget I haven’t told you what is happening, and it is not my intention to leave you wondering what the heck [...]

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Tags: Reinvention · Resourcing for Women Who Do Too Much · Worthwhile Work

Start right now – there is no time like the present!

July 16th, 2007 · No Comments

Nobody can go back and start a new beginning, but anyone can start today and making a new ending. Maria Robinson Today, all the kids are (finally) back at school after winter holidays. They are regretting the passing of their free time and sleep-ins. I am enjoying the quiet and the ability to play my [...]

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Tags: Getting Still · Noticing Miracles · Start Your Week with Joy · Worthwhile Work

Half-time assessment – the secret to having a fantastic year!

July 6th, 2007 · 1 Comment

The ref has blown the whistle – it’s half time! Time for a break, be it winter (cold and blustery, here and now) or summer (my friends in the northern hemisphere) before we go back for the second half of the game/year. Time to huddle and work out the game plan for second-half. In the [...]

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Tags: Reinvention · Resourcing for Women Who Do Too Much · Wonder Woman · Worthwhile Work

Everyone can make a difference

April 24th, 2007 · No Comments

This one needs no introduction – The Make a Difference Movie. Even if you’ve heard the story before, the movie will make it come to life… grab a box of tissues though! (You knew I could not leave it at that, didnt you?:) This story helps each one of us – no matter who we [...]

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Tags: Heart and Home · Noticing Miracles · Why Did I Have Children? · Worthwhile Work

Getting Organised – the easy way or the hard way?

December 6th, 2006 · 2 Comments

"A new level of success will always require a new level of organisation" – Cheryl Richardson It happens every time.  In the getting ready for the new stuff, the new project, the new business venture, the new timetable, we need to focus, for a little while, on the "getting organised" part of that. In preparing [...]

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Tags: Reinvention · Watch Out for Those Potholes · Worthwhile Work

A sign it's time to find a new job

June 21st, 2006 · No Comments

It was brought home to me recently that there are times when we KNOW – without a shadow of a doubt – that it is time to leave our current employer and look elsewhere.  You may really like, or even love your job.  The people in your team are great, and you have a pretty [...]

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Tags: Worthwhile Work

Telling the boss you're not happy

June 9th, 2006 · No Comments

If you are a manager or supervise staff at work, how do you handle resignations and finding out that your staff are out looking for another job? This is a follow up to my post yesterday about job hunting while still employed, which resulted in a couple of emails and Emmer’s comment "I honestly believe [...]

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Tags: Worthwhile Work

Job hunting while still employed

June 8th, 2006 · 4 Comments

A great debate over at Lifehacker about hunting for a job while you are still employed, with a lively discussion in the comments about whether or not to let your current employer know you are looking for a new job. Here’s my two cents worth on how to go about looking for a job when [...]

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Looking back and loving where we're at

June 6th, 2006 · No Comments

We spent a glorious day sailing on the Southport Broadwater with some dear friends on their amazing boat last Saturday – just sitting around, drinking, eating and talking and enjoying the winter sunshine.  These friends are in their fities, and she was telling me about her early employment experiences in Melbourne.  Di was employed by [...]

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Motherhood as an opportunity for reinvention

June 5th, 2006 · No Comments

MojoMom has said this so well, I just had to reproduce most of her recent post Secret Agent Woman here: I’d like to ask the question, “Who says I’m opting out?” To outside observers, I may have looked like “just another stay-at-home mom” dressed for a day in the park, pushing a toddler in a [...]

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Tags: Reinvention · Why Did I Have Children? · Worthwhile Work